The master manager must create the article so they can assign it to themselves or another to write.
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This procedure is intended to be performed by: Master manager.
To create a new subsite:
1Open the Article head page for a type selection
by one of:
- a.Clicking the New button before the Articles checkbox for the intended parent category in the Access section of the Work list page.
- b.Clicking the Article button on the introduction line of the Details section of the Category page for the intended parent category.
- c.Clicking the New button on the introduction line of the Details section of the Article head page of an article in the intended parent category.
If in a default category, the list will include Glossary and Policies if they don't already exist for the subsite.
2Open the Article head page for content source selection
by clicking the button for the required article type.
Only the Headline field is available for a cloned article.
4Create the new article
The response is:
Cloning to a draft rather than a WIP means that the original cloned version is not lost if any changes are abandoned, as would happen to a WIP when the latest WIP is made into a draft in order to complete the editing or abandon changes. However, the original draft must be explicitly deleted if not required.
5Optional, add a basic aside
by at least one of:
An basic aside must have a minimum of a Heading and an Introduction. If no image is specified, the Introduction is rendered as a sentence. A Quote is only shown if an Image is selected. If only an Image is selected, no aside is displayed, but the article can be a target for a gallery or card, though for the latter, the image must be a Card type.
The aside is created.
5-2Enable the aside
by clicking the Disabled ☐ button.
The aside will appear on any future viewing of the page.
by clicking on the Listed option in Show.
The article is publicly accessible and listed in all the pages allowed.